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    US~                                   AGENDA. TROY CITY COUNCIL
                                         MONDAY, MARCH 5, 2012, 7:00 P,M.
                                          COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL
 INVOCATION
 PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
 ROLLCALL 	                      Excuse Mr. Phillips -                     (motion, second, roll call vote)
 INTRODUCTIONS 	                 Catherine Armocida, Fiscal Manager, appointed March 5, 2012
                                 Mitchell Beckner, Asst. Wastewater Plant Superintendent, promoted March 4, 2012

 PUBLIC HEARINGS                 R-10-2012 Agricultural District Renewal Application - EMARC An Ohio Limited
                                 Family Partnership, Sheafer Family Partnership, 83.18 Acres on Washington Road
                                 0-5-2012 Revisions to general plan of Stonebridge Meadows Planned Development
 SUMMARY OF MINUTES              February 21,2012 Meeting                  (motion, second, roll call vote)
 COMMITTEE REPORTS
         Citizen comments on committee reports or agenda items - two minute limit
 RESOLUTIONS
 R-7-2012       Agreement, EMH&T, design W . Main Street Traffic Signal Interconnect project, $83,125         1st reading
 R-8-2012       Accept recommendation of Enterprise Zone Tax Incentive Review Council re                      1st reading
                Enterprise Zone Agreements
 R-9-2012       Accept recommendation of Enterprise Zone Tax Incentive Review Council re TIF                  1st reading
 R-10-2012      Agricultural District reapplication EMARC (Sheafer Family Partnership) (Pub Hearing 3-5)      1st reading
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 R-11-2012      Amend fee-in-lieu of dedicated parkland                                                       1 reading
 ORDINANCES
 0-4-2012       Amend Sign Code - internally illuminated signs in Downtown Area             EMERGENCY 2nd reading
 0-5-2012       Revisions to general plan of Stonebridge Meadows Planned Dev. (Public Hearing 3-5-2012) 2nd reading
 0-6-2012       6 Month Moratorium on Intemet Cafes                                         EMERGENCY 1st reading
 COMMUNICATIONS/ANNOUNCEMENTS
 COMMENTS:      Mayor, Director of Public Service & Safety, Director of Law, Auditor, Council President
 COMMENTS:      Council
 COMMENTS:      Staff
 COMMENTS:      Audience
 ADJOURN
        NOTE: Committee meetings may take place prior to or following Council meeting


 CITY OF TROY MISSION STATEMENT:
         Through sound and prudent leadership, the City of Troy is committed to sustaining its continued prominence
as a regional hub by providing a well-balanced community for its residents, businesses and visitors, consisting of a
vibrant downtown, growing economic base, strong educational environment, and plentiful recreational opportunities
strengthened by public/private cooperation and grounded in financial stability.
                                                                                   February 21, 2012

                                             MINUTES OF COUNCIL

A regular session of Troy City Council was held Tuesday, February 21, 2012, at 7:00 p.m. in Council
Chambers.

Members Present: Clark, Oda, Kendall, Phillips, Schweser, Snee and Tremblay.

Presiding Officer: 	     Martha A. Baker,                 President of Council

Others Present: 	        Michael L. Beamish,              Mayor
                         Patrick E. J. Titterington,      Director of Public Service and Safety
                         James R. Livingston,             Director of Law
                         John D. Stickel,                 City Auditor

INVOCATION: An invocation was given by Council Member Phillips and the Pledge of Allegiance was led by
Alex Dyke, member of Boy Scout Troop 365.


MINUTES: The Clerk gave a summary of the minutes of the February 6, 2012, meeting of Troy City Council.
There were no corrections or additions to these minutes. A motion was made by Mr. Clark, seconded by Mr.
Schweser, to approve these minutes. Motion passed by unanimous roll call vote.

The Clerk gave a summary of the minutes of the February 10, 2012, special meeting of Troy City Council.
There were no corrections or additions to these minutes. A motion was made by Mr. Kendall, seconded by Mr.
Phillips, to approve these minutes. Motion passed by unanimous roll call vote.


COMMITIEE REPORTS:

Law & Ordinance Committee: Mr. Schweser, Chairman, reported that Committee recommends legislation be
prepared to amend the sign code related to internally illuminated signage in the Historic Downtown District to
address 35 signs in the historic district that are not in compliance with the code. After holding two meetings
and receiving input, Committee recommends legislation be prepared to amend the sign code as follows:
        1. 	    Amend Section 749.02 (21), definition of Incidental Signs, to include one (1) internally
                illuminated "Open" sign as an exempt sign.
        2. 	    Amend Section 749.05 (h) to allow Incidental Signs to have a maximum of 2.5 square feet.
        3. 	    Amend Section 749.12 as follows:
                     • 	 The sign that identifies the business name cannot be internally illuminated.
                     • 	 Only a window sign can be internally illuminated.
                     • 	 A property cannot have more than two internally illuminated window signs.
                     • 	 No internally illuminated window sign can be larger than four (4) square feet in size.
                     • 	 The total square footage of all internally illuminated signs cannot exceed seven (7)
                         square feet.
                     • 	 On a property with multiple frontages, one (1) additional internally illuminated window
                         sign, not to exceed three (3) square feet in size, may be erected but only on that
                         additional frontage.
                     • 	 Internally illuminated signs shall be subject to all other regulations of the Zoning and
                         Sign Codes as otherwise stipulated therein.
Committee also supports emergency measure to correct the illegalities as quickly as possible.
Report signed by Kendall, Snee and Schweser.

Recreation & Parks Committee. Mrs. Oda, Chairman, reported as follows:
   1)       Committee recommends legislation be prepared authorizing the Recreation Board to advertise for
            bids and enter into a contract for a new 3-year concession contract for the Hobart Arena.
   2) 	     Committee recommends legislation be prepared authorizing the Recreation Board to advertise for
            bids and enter into a contract for a new ice deck covering for the Hobart Arena at a cost not to
            exceed $65,000.
Reports signed by Clark, Tremblay and Oda.
                                                        February 21 , 2012              Page Two


                             RESOLUTION NO. R-5-2012
RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE RECREATION BOARD OF THE CITY OF TROY, OHIO TO ADVERTISE
FOR BIDS AND ENTER INTO A CONTRACT FOR THE OPERATION OF CONECESSIONS AT THE
HOBART ARENA

        This Resolution was given first title reading.

Mr. Clark moved for suspension of rules requiring three readings. Motion seconded by Mr. Phillips. 

Yes:     Phillips, Clark, Schweser, Kendall, Oda, Tremblay and Snee. 

No:      None. 

Mr. Philips moved for adoption . Motion seconded by Mr. Schweser. 

Yes:     Clark, Schweser, Kendall, Oda, Tremblay, Snee and Phillips. 

No:      None.                                                           RESOLUTION ADOPTED 



                               RESOLUTION NO. R-6-2012
RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE RECREATION BOARD OF THE CITY OF TROY, OHIO TO ADVERTISE
FOR BIDS AND ENTER INTO A CONTRACT FOR A NEW ICE DECK COVERING AT THE HOBART ARENA

        This Resolution was given first title reading.

Mr. Clark moved for suspension of rules requiring three readings. Motion seconded by Mr. Tremblay. 

Yes:     Schweser, Kendall, Oda, Tremblay, Snee, Phillips and Clark. 

No:      None. 

Mr. Phillips moved for adoption . Motion seconded by Mr. Schweser. 

Yes:     Kendall, Oda, Tremblay, Snee, Phillips, Clark and Schweser. 

No:      None.                                                           RESOLUTION ADOPTED 



                             ORDINANCE NO. 0-4-2012
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 749 OF THE CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF TROY,
OHIO AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

        This Ordinance was given first title reading.


                             ORDINANCE NO. 0-5-2012
ORDINANCE AMENDING THE GENERAL PLAN PORTION OF THE STONEBRIDGE MEADOWS PLANNED
DEVELOPMENT

        This Ordinance was given first title reading.


COMMENTS OF THE MAYOR: 

Mayor Beamish showed Council the award presented to the City by the Troy Area Chamber of Commerce in 

recognition of the City being a member of the Chamber for more than 25 years. 



COUNCIL COMMENTS: 

Mr. Phillips commented that he understood the fence is being installed for the bark park and the rest of the 

items to complete that facility should be completed by the end of March. 


There being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 7:22 p.m. 





Clerk of Council                                               President of Council 

                                          COMMITTEE REPORT 

                                          TROY CITY COUNCIL 


TO:            Mrs. Baker, President of Council 	                              DATE: February 28, 2012

FROM:          Buildings, Streets & Sidewalks Committee

SUBJECT:       REQUEST TO RENAME A PART OF WATER STREET

SUMMARY: (to be read at Council meeting) 

This Committee met on February 28 to consider a request which had been made to change the name of 

Water Street from the intersection at New Street east, to where the street dead-ends into the parking lot 

of Spinnaker Coating in recognition of Mr. Lou Guzzetti. In reviewing the information submitted regarding 

Mr. Guzzetti, we recognize and appreciate his success with Spinnaker Coating. Considering the request 

based on the Troy City Council Policy - Naming of City Facilities, it appears that a number of the criteria 

listed in that policy would not apply to the request.                   .


RECOMMENDATION: (to be read at Council meeting) 

It is the recommendation of this Committee that the request to rename a part of Water Street not be 

supported. 


                                                      Respectfully submitted,


                                                      Thomas M. Kendall


                                                      Robin I. Oda


                                                      Bobby W. Phillips, Chairman
                                                      Buildings, Street & Sidewalks Committee

DETAILED REPORT 

The Committee met on February 28, 2012, to consider a request to change the name of a part of a 

street. Also attending the meeting were Council President Baker, Council Member Tremblay, the City 

Auditor, the Director of Public Service and Safety, members of the City staff, and citizens. 


A request had been made to change the name of Water Street from the intersection at New Street east, 

to where the street dead-ends into the parking lot of Spinnaker Coating in recognition of Mr. Lou 

Guzzetti. In reviewing the information submitted regarding Mr. Guzzetti, we recognize and appreciate 

his success with Spinnaker Coating. In considering the request based on the Troy City Council Policy ­
Naming of City Facilities, it appears that a number of the criteria listed in that policy would not apply to 

this request. We particularly note that there appears to be two other properties (in addition to Spinnaker) 

that have Water Street addresses in this area of the street. We would encourage Spinnaker Coating to 

recognize this success by an appropriate acknowledgement on Spinnaker property. 


RECOMMENDATION: 

It is the recommendation of this Committee that the request to rename a part of Water Street not be 

supported. 


cc: 	   Council, Mayor, Mr. Livingston, Mr. Stickel, Mr. Titterington, Clerk
        media, staff
                                          COMMITTEE REPORT 

                                          TROY CITY COUNCIL 


TO:             Mrs. Baker, President of Council 	                             DATE: February 28, 2012

FROM:           Buildings, Streets & Sidewalks Committee

SUBJECT:       AGREEMENT WITH EMH&T FOR DESIGN OF WEST MAIN STREET TRAFFIC SIGNAL
               INTERCONNECT

SUMMARY: (to be read at Council meeting) 

This Committee met on February 28 to consider recommending that the engineering firm of EMH&T of 

Columbus, Ohio, be authorized to design the West Main Street Traffic Signal Interconnect project to 

improve traffic flow between the traffic signals on West Main Street from Dorset Road to MaryBili Drive. 

The City is responsible for funding the design of the project. $85,000 is budgeted for the design. 

Construction is to be funded in 2013 by an 80% Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) grant. 


RECOMMENDATION: (to be read at Council meeting) 

This Committee recommends that legislation be prepared authorizing the design firm of EMH& T to 

design the West Main Street Traffic Signal Interconnect project at a cost not to exceed $83,125. 


                                                      Respectfully submitted,


                                                      Thomas M. Kendall


                                                      Robin I. Oda


                                                      Bobby W. Phillips, Chairman
                                                      Buildings, Street & Sidewalks Committee

DETAILED REPORT 

The Committee met on February 28, 2012, to consider recommending that an agreement be authorized 

with the consulting engineering firm of EMH& T of Columbus, Ohio to design the West Main Street Traffic 

Signal Interconnect project. Also attending the meeting were Council President Baker, Council Member 

Tremblay, the City Auditor, the Director of Public Service and Safety, members of the City staff, and 

citizens. 


$85,000 has been budgeted for the project design to improve traffic flow between the traffic signals on 

West Main Street from Dorset Road to MaryBili Drive. The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) 

will fund 80% of the construction costs through a grant that will be administered by the Miami Valley 

Regional Planning Commission (MVRPC). Construction will take place in 2013. The City is responsible 

for the design costs, and then 20% of the construction costs. 


Through the required selection process, staff has recommended that EMH&T of Columbus, Ohio be 

authorized to do the design at a cost not to exceed $83,125. 


RECOMMENDATION: 

This Committee recommends that legislation be prepared authorizing the design firm of EMH&T to 

design the West Main Street Traffic Signal Interconnect project at a cost not to exceed $83,125. 



cc: 	   Council, Mayor, Mr. Livingston, Mr. Stickel, Mr. Titterington, Clerk
        media, staff
                                                         COMMITIEE REPORT 

                                                         TROY CITY COUNCIL 


TO:              Mrs . Baker, President of Council                                                    DATE: February 28, 2012
FROM :           Finance Committee\
SUB.IECT:        RECOMMENDATIONS - ENTERPRISE ZONE TAX INCENTIVE REVIEW COUNCIL
SUMMARY: (to be read at Council meeting)
The Committee met on February 27 to review the recommendations of the Enterprise Zone Tax Incentive Review
Council (EZTIRC) regarding the compliance status of the Troy Towne Park TIF and the six Enterprise Zone
Agreements that were in place as of December 31, 2011 . Such review and report is required on an annual basis. The
EZTIRC has recommended that the TIF Agreement be continued and that all six Agreements be continued as all
Agreements are in full compliance. It is very good news that all the Agreements are in compliance.

RECOMMENDATION: (to be read at Council meeting)
This Committee recommends legislation be prepared accepting the recommendation of the EZTIRC:
       That all six Enterprise Zone Agreements (22, 25, 28, 29, 31 and 33) be continued as they are in full
       compliance.
       That the Troy Towne Park TIF be continued .
                                                     Respectfully submitted,


                                                                     John W . Schweser


                                                                     Douglas W . Tremblay


                                                                     Thomas M. Kendall , Chairman
                                                                     Finance Committee

DETAILED REPORT
The Committee met on February 27, 2012, to review the recommendations of the Enterprise Zone Tax Incentive
Review Council (EZTIRC) regarding the compliance status of the Troy Towne Park TIF and the six Enterprise Zone
Agreements that were in place as of December 31 , 2011. Also attending the meeting were Council President Baker,
Council Member Phillips, the City Auditor, the Director of Public Service and Safety, and members of the City staff.

On an annual basis, the EZTIRC is required to meet, review the Agreements, and provide a recommendation to
Council. As set forth in the ORC, the EZTIRC shall "after taking into consideration any fluctuations in the business
cycle unique to the owner's business, and, on the basis of such determinations, submit to the legislative authority
written recommendations for continuation, modification, or cancellation of the agreement". The recommendations of
the EZTIRC are attached, and summarized below:

         That the Troy Towne Park TIF be continued .
         All current Enterprise Zone Agreements were found to be in full compliance and recommended for
         continuance. These Agreements are:
                 EZ #22         F & P America, 2001 Agreement
                 EZ #25         F & P America, 2004 Agreement
                 EZ #28         American Honda Motor Co., Inc., 2005 Agreement
                 EZ #29         Ishmael Precision Tool Corp., 2005 Agreement
                 EZ #31         Clopay Building Products, Inc., 2006 Agreement
                 EZ #33         ConAgra Foods Packaged Foods, LLC, 2010 Agreement

It is very good news that all Agreements are in full compliance. 


RECOMMENDATION : 

This Committee recommends legislation be prepared accepting the recommendation of the EZTIRC: 

       That all six Enterprise Zone Agreements (22, 25, 28, 29, 31 and 33) be continued as they are in full
       compliance.
       That the Troy Towne Park TIF be continued.

Encl.           cc:      Mayor, Council, Mr. Livingston, Mr. Stickel , Mr. Titterington, Clerk, press, file
/                                Tax Incentive Review Council 

                                                                                      Exhibit "A"



                                 Enterprise Zone Agreements 

                             Summary and Review Recommendations 

                                       February 22,2012 



    American Honda Motor Co., Inc. - EZA # 28 (2005 agreement) 

    In compliance with all pledges. The TIRC recommended continuation of the agreement. 


    Clopay Building Products, Inc. - EZA # 31 (2006 agreement) 

    In compliance with all pledges. The TIRC recommended continuation of the agreement. 


    ConAgra Foods Packaged Foods, LLC - EZA # 33 (2010 agreement) 

    In compliance with all pledges. The TIRC recommended continuation of the agreement. 


    F & P America Mfg, Inc. - EZA # 22 (2001 agreement) 

    In compliance with all pledges. The TIRC recommended continuation of the agreement. 


    F & P America Mfg., Inc - EZA # 25 (2004 agreement) 

    In compliance with all pledges. The TIRC recommended continuation of the agreement. 


    Ishmael Precision Tool Corporation - EZA # 29 (2005 agreement) 

    In compliance with all pledges. The TIRC recommended continuation of the agreement. 



    Respectfully Submitted


    City of Troy Tax Incentive Review Council
                                                       COMMITTEE REPORT 

                                                       TROY CITY COUNCIL 


TO:               Mrs. Baker, President of Council                                    DATE:         February 29, 2012
FROM:             Finance Committee
SUBJECT:          Fee Schedule Adjustment, Fee-in-Lieu of Dedicated Parkland

SUMMARY REPORT: (To be read at Council Meeting) 

This Committee met on February 29 to consider an adjustment to the fee-in-lieu of dedicated parkland that is paid to 

the City for new developments. Based on a survey of surrounding communities, Troy's fee in this regard is very low. 

City staff has recommended the fee be adjusted from $0.435 per square foot of required parkland to $500 per 

construction. 


RECOMMENDATION: (To be read at Council Meeting) 

It is the recommendation of this Committee that legislation be prepared adjusting the fee-in-lieu of parkland dedication 

to be $500 per construction . 


                                                                  Respectfully submitted,


                                                                  John W. Schweser


                                                                  Douglas W. Tremblay


                                                                  Thomas M. Kendall, Chairman
                                                                  Finance Committee

DETAILED REPORT: 

This Committee met on February 27, 2012, to review the recommendation to adjust the schedule of various fees 

related to the fee-in-lieu of dedicated parkland . Also attending the meeting were Council President Baker, Council 

Member Phillips, the City Auditor, the Director of Public Service and Safety, and members of the City staff. 


For a new development, the City requires the dedication of parkland by the developer or the payment of a fee-in-lieu of 

dedicated parkland . If a fee is paid, it is placed in the Park and Recreation Capital Improvement Fund (Fund 228) with 

the funds to then be used to acquire or permanently improve parks andlor recreation facilities. The current fee is 

$0.435 per square foot of required parkland . The Board of Park Commissioners had suggested that the current fee 

structure be evaluated as it appeared to be too low. City staff conducted a survey of neighboring communities 

regarding how this type of fee is handled . While there are various ways to structure a fee-in-/ieu of parkland, the 

survey did show that Troy's fee is comparatively very low. 


There is pending legislation regarding proposed revisions to the general plan of the Stonebridge Meadows PD. 

Included is a revision to the parkland that would require the developer to pay a fee-in-lieu related to parkland area. 

When the general plan revision was reviewed by the Planning Commission, the Commission was advised that staff 

was in the process of gathering survey data from neighboring communities related to the payment of fees-in-lieu of 

parkland being dedicated and that staff would be recommending a fee amendment to Council. In recognition of that, 

the Commission's recommendation to Council includes the following: 


        "That the developer will pay to the City of Troyan appropriate fee-in-lieu-of parkland dedication as established
        after review and as set by Troy City Council."

City staff has recommended that the current fee schedule be amended to adjust the fee-in-lieu to a calculation of $500 

per construction. For Stonebridge Meadows, that would be a fee-in-lieu of $67,000 rather than $35,812.85 based on 

the current fee structure. We were advised that the developer of Stonebridge Meadows is aware that an adjustment to 

this fee is being proposed and that adjustment, if approved, would apply to Stonebridge Meadows. 


RECOMMENDATION: 

It is the recommendation of this Committee that legislation be prepared adjusting the fee-in-lieu of parkland dedication 

to be $500 per construction . 


cc:     Mayor, Council, Mr. Livingston, Mr. Stickel, Mr. Titterington, Clerk, staff, file , media
                                                  COMMITTEE REPORT 

                                                  TROY CITY COUNCIL 


TO:              Mrs. Baker, President of Council                                            DATE: March 1, 2012

FROM:            Law & Ordinance Committee

SUBJECT:         EXTENDED MORATORIUM ON INTERNET CAFES

SUMMARY REPORT: (To be read at Council meeting)
Committee members Snee and Schweser met on March 1 to consider recommending an additional six­
month moratorium on the issuance of zoning permits for internet cafes. The concern then and now is
that the primary focus of internet cafes is more of a computerized gambling experience than providing
internet services. Council approved a moratorium in October in anticipation of state legislation and
guidelines and opinions on such use to be provided by the Ohio Attorney General's Office. That has not
yet happened, but is anticipated within a few months. We were advised that no permits have been
requested for an internet cafe.

RECOMMENDATION: (To be read at Council meeting)
To continue to allow time for this use to be properly considered and addressed, it is the recommendation
of this Committee that legislation be prepared authorizing an additional six-month moratorium on the
issuance of zoning permits for internet cafes. We support emergency legislation so that the moratorium
remains in place.

                                                                Respectfully submitted,


                                                                Thomas M. Kendall


                                                                Lynne B. Snee


                                                                John W. Schweser, Chairman
                                                                Law & Ordinance Committee

DETAILED REPORT: 

Committee members Snee and Schweser met on March 1, 2012 to consider recommending an 

additional six-month moratorium on the issuance of zoning permits for internet cafes. Also attending the 

meeting were Mayor Beamish, the Director of Public Service and Safety, and members of the City staff. 


On October 3, 2011, Council approved a six-month moratorium on the issuance of zoning permits for 

internet cafes. The concern then and now is that the primary focus of internet cafes is more of a 

computerized gambling experience than providing internet services. This is a new use not specifically 

addressed within the Zoning Code. The moratorium period would allow time for this use to be evaluated 

in reference to the Zoning Code and to also provide time for the Ohio Attorney General's Office to 

provide guidelines and opinions on such use. Those guidelines have not been provided to date, but are 

still anticipated to be issued in the near future following approval of HB 195. We were advised that no 

permits have been requested for an internet cafe. 


RECOMMENDATION: 

To continue to allow time for this use to be properly considered and addressed, it is the recommendation 

of this Committee that legislation be prepared authorizing an additional six-month moratorium on the 

issuance of zoning permits for internet cafes. We support emergency legislation so that the moratorium 

remains in place. 



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                                                 CITY OF TROY, OHIO


                            RESOLUTION No.                          R-7-2012




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                                SERVICE AND SAFETY OF THE CITY OF TROY. OHIO TO
                                ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH EMH&T TO DESIGN
                                WEST MAIN STREET TRAFFIC SIGNAL INTERCONNECT 

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                         WHEREAS, the City Engineer has recommended EMH&T of Columbus, Ohio to

                  design the West Main Street Traffic Signal Interconnect Project.

                         NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio,

                  as follows:

                         SECTION I:     That the Director of Public Service and Safety of the City of Troy,

                  Ohio is hereby authorized to enter Into an agreement with EMH&T of Columbus, Ohio for

                  the design of the West Main Street Traffic Signal Interconnect Project at a cost not to

                  exceed Eighty-three Thousand, One Hundred Twenty-five Dollars ($83,125).

                         SECTION II: That this Resolution shall be effective at the earliest date allowed by

                  law.




                  Adopted: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __---:::--...,...,..---:---:-::-----::--_ _ __
                                                           President of Council


                  Approved: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ____




          :1      Attest: __-=:--:----:-::-----::,--_ _ _ _ __
          I                 Clerk of Council                              Mayor




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                                  CITY OF TROY, OHIO


          RESOLUTION NOo-'R=-=8-...,,2ol.""'-'12=---_ _


              RESOLUTION ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF
              THE TAX INCENTIVE REVIEW COUNCIL



              WHEREAS, Ohio Revised Code Sections 5709.61 through 5709.69 have

authorized counties, with the consent and agreement of affected municipalities therein, to

designate areas as Enterprise Zone and to execute agreements with certain enterprises for the

purpose of establishing, expanding, renovating or occupying facilities and hiring new employees

and preserving jobs within said zones in exchange for specified local    tax Incentives granted by
the county, and

              WHEREAS, On August 19, 1994, the Director of the Ohio Department of

Development certified the petition of the Miami County and the City of Troy as Enterprise Zone

No. 279C and certified an amendment to that Enterprise Zone on December 20,1996; and

              WHEREAS, In accordance with ORC Section 5709.85 the duly appointed Tax

Incentive Review Council met on February 22,2012; and

              WHEREAS, the Tax Incentive Review Council submits for City Council

consideration their review of each of the Enterprise Zone Agreements,

              NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio,

as follows:

              SECTION I:        That the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio, hereby accepts the

recommendation of the Tax Incentive Review Council dated February 22,2012 attached hereto as

Exhibit A, that certain Enterprise Zone Agreements be continued.

                  SECTION II:   That this Resolution shall be effective at the earliest date allowed

bylaw.




Adopted: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
                                                      President of Council


Approved: ____________________




Attest:._ _---:--:-_--:-_ _ _ _ _ __
        Clerk of Council                              Mayor




                                                                                                       /
                                                                                  Exhibit 'A"


                            Tax Incentive Review Council 

                            Enterprise Zone Agreements 

                        Summary and Review Recommendations 

                                  February 22, 2012 



American Honda Motor Co., Inc. - EZA # 28 (2005 agreement) 

In compfiance with all pledges. The TIRC recommended continuation of the agreement. 


Clopay Building Products, Inc. - EZA # 31 (2006 agreement) 

In compliance with all pledges. The TIRC recommended continuation of the agreement. 


ConAgra Foods Packaged Foods, UC - EZA # 33 (2010 agreement) 

In compliance with all pledges. The TIRC recommended continuation of the agreement. 


F & P America Mfg, Inc. - EZA # 22 (2001 agreement) 

In compliance with all pledges. The TIRC recommended continuation of the agreement. 


F & P America Mfg., Inc - EZA # 25 (2004 agreement) 

In compliance with all pledges. The TIRC recommended continuation of the agreement. 


Ishmael Precision Tool Corpora1lon - EZA # 29 (2005 agreement) 

In compliance with all pledges. The TIRC recommended continuation of the agreement. 



Respectfully Submitted 



City of Troy Tax Incentive Review Council 

                                      CITY OFTROY, OHIO


                  RESOLUTION NOo_R-_9-_20_12 __
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                     RESOLUTION ACCCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATIONS
                     OF THE TAX INCENTIVE REVIEW COUNCIL FOR THE
                     TROY TOWNE PARK TIF




                     WHEREAS, The City of Troy by Ordinance No., 0-46-03 created the Troy

     Towne Park Tax Increment Financing (TIF) program in accordance with Ohio Revised

     Code Section 5709.40 et seq., and

                     WHEREAS, in accordance with Ohio Revised Code Section 5709.85, the

     duly appointed Tax Incentive Review Council met for its annual review on February 22,

     2012,and

                     WHEREAS, the Tax Incentive Review Council recommended continuation

     of the Troy Towne Pari< TIF for this year.

                     NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Troy,

      Ohio, as follows:

                     SECTION I: That the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio, hereby accepts the

      recommendation of the Tax Incentive Review Council dated February 22, 2012, for the

      continuation of the Troy Towne Pari< TIF.

                     SECTION II:   That this Resolution shall be effective at the earliest date

      allowed by law.




      Adop~d :   ___________________
                                                      President of Council

      Approved: __________________


      Attest:-=-:--:--:-~_-::-_ _ _ _ __
              Cieri< of Council                       Mayor




                                                                                                  /
                                                                    Patrick E. J. Titterington




                                                                   Troy, Ohio 45373
                                                                   www.troyohio .gov
                                                                   phone: (937) 335- 1725
                                                                   fax:     (937) 339-8601
                                                                   patrick.titterington@troyohio.gov



                                             MEMORANDUM

TO:           Mrs, Baker, President of     c~ncil

FROM:         Patrick E. J. Titterington   ~1fb
DATE:         February 24, 2012

SUBJECT:      APPLICATION FOR PLACEMENT OF FARMLAND IN AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT


RECOMMENDATION: 

That Council deny the application of EMARC AN OHIO LIMITED FAMILY PARTNERSHIP (Sheafer 

Family Partnership, Evelyn Sheafer, General Partner) to continue to have 83.18 acres of farmland 

on Washington Road placed in an Agricultural District. 


 BACKGROllND: 

As noted in the attached information, the City has received a renewal application for an 

Agricultural District for 83.18 acres at 2373 Washington Road. An Agricultural District application 

is for a five-year period. The current Agricultural District designation for this property will soon 

expire. While Council has approved such applications in the past, it is recommended that this 

application be denied as it provides an unfair tax advantage to this property within the City 

limits that is not available to other property owners. 


REQUESTED ACTION: 

It would be appreciated if this item could be assigned to a Committee of Council. 

                                           MEMORANDUM 



TO:           Mrs. Baker, President of Council

FROM:         Sue Knight

DATE:         February 23,2012

SUBJECT:      Renewal Application for Placement of Farmland in Agricultural District


I have received the Renewal of Farmland in an Agricultural District application of EMARC AN
OHIO LIMITED FAMILY PARTNERSHIP (Sheafer Family Partnership, Evelyn Sheafer, General Partner)
for placing 83.18 acres in an Agriculture District for taxing purposes. The address for parcel D08­
104384 is actually 2373 Washington Road.

This application was filed with the County Auditor in accordance with the Ohio Revised Code. If
the property is within the corporate limits of a City the request must also be approved by the
municipality. The City is required to hold a public hearing within 30 days of the date the
application is j:iled with the City and Council must act on the application within 30 days of the
public hearing. I have set the hearing for the March 5 meeting.

This property is currently in an Agricultural District, approved by Council in April 2007. Every five
years, the property owner must reapply to remain in an Agricultural District. The City has received
and processed similar applications, including that for the Rudolph Berchtold property and the
Harold Hines property.

The primary advantages to the applicant for being in an Agricultural District are:

        1]    Property owner can continue the current land use regardless of zoning as the
              District is a taxing district, and is not related to zoning. [In other words, surrounding
              property owners have no basis to complain that an "agricultural" operation is taking
              place inside the City.)

        2)    Should the City decide to extend water and sewer across the property by
              assessment, the assessment would be deferred until any part of the land ceases to
              be used for agricultural purposes [i.e., land use changes).

For the City, the disadvantage in having a property included in an Agricultural District is the same
reason as in item 2 above-that is, if the City should assess the property, the collection of the
assessment would be deferred.

We will need to have to have this assigned to a Committee of Council.
                                  RENEWAL OF FARMLAND IN AN AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT
                                                (O.R.C. Section 929.02)
 TO CONTINUE in the Agricultural District, the owner MUST FILE a RENEWAL form PRIOR TO
 the FIRST MONDAY IN APRILevery fifth year with the MIAMI COUNTY Auditor
 APPLICANT: EMARC AN OHIO LIMITED FAMILY PARTNERSHIP                                          Application No:               117
              2373 N WASHINGTON RD                                                            Original Year:                12/2007
              TROY OH 45373
                                                                                              Renewal Year:                 2012

 Description of Land as shown on Property Tax Statement: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __




 Location of Property:    31St) At LJa5h lMcJ·b            ell
 1. Do you want to renew the real estate list below in the AG District program?                                       NO
2. Does any of the land lie within a municipal corporation limit?                                                     NO
3. Is the parcel(s) shown below presently being taxed at their Current
   Agricultural Use Valuation (CAUV) under section 5713.31, O.R.C.?                                          _NO             (c..A.\.)V~ r?:>50)
4. Is the parcel(s) shown below exclusively devoted to agricultural purposes?                                         NO
5. If the total acreage farmed in this unit is less than 10 acres, show gross income produced from
   agricultural purposes for the last three years:
        1.                              2.                                        3.

       TAXDIST       PARCEL NUMBER                                  ACRES
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       C06           C06-034000                                          11 .28
                     C06-034010                                       45.00             S-7-)       s P+ S- E h- 5 -l S LJ Co,," SLJ ~ -5-- 7 !0J i.J CO'" 1\
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                     C06-034030                                       45.00              5:'-7- i   ~ Pt s~ i- fc. -5-£' w Cvv, f+ Ykl
       C06
       008           008-104384                                       83.18               JL        q::l,O




                                        I    TOTAL ACRES      I      184.46

I declare that this report has been examined by me and to the best of my knowledge and belief is true and
correct. I authorize the County Auditor to imi;pect the property described above to verify the accuracy of
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                                                201 W MAIN ST - TROY, OH 45373
                                  CITY OF TROY, OHIO


            RESOLUTION No.                                R-10-2012

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                RESOLUTION APPROVING APPLICATION OF EMARC AN
                OHIO LIMITED FAMILY PARTNERSHIP (AKA SHEAFER
                FAMILY PARTNERSHIP) TO RETAIN LAND IN AN
                AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT



          WHEREAS, the City has received an application from EMARC An Ohio Limited

Family Partnership (aka Sheafer Family Partnership)          to retain certain land EMARC owns
in the City of Troy into the agricultural district, and

          WHEREAS, the Council has conducted a hearing on this matter.

          NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio,

as follows:

          SECTION I:    That the application of EMARC An Ohio Limited Family Partnership

(aka Sheafer Family Partnership) for retention of land in an agricultural district of the real

estate described in Exhibit A,attached hereto and made a part hereof, and further

described as Miami County Auditor Parcel 008-104384, is hereby approved.

          SECTION II: That the Clerk of Council is hereby authorized and directed to notify

all parties required to be notified under Section 929.02 of the Ohio Revised Code, and to

take all other action necessary to make sure that the land is properiy classified.

          SECTION III: That this Resolution shall be effective at the earliest date allowed by

law.




Adopted: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
                                                              President of Council


Approved: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ____




Attest:   _~----~-----­
              Clerk of Council                                Mayor




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                                                                EXHIBIT A

                                    RENEWAL OF FARMLAND IN AN AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT
                                                  (O.R.C. Section 929.02)
  TO CONTINUE in the Agricultural District, the owner MUST FILE a RENEWAL fonn PRIOR TO
  the FIRST MONDAY IN APRILevery fifth year with the MIAMI COUNTY Auditor
  APPLICANT: EMARC AN OHIO LIMITED FAMILY PARTNERSHIP                                        Application No:           117
             2373 N WASHINGTON RD                                                            Original Year:            12/2007
             TROY OH 45373
                                                                                             Renewal Year:           2012

 Description of Land as shown on Property Tax Statement: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __




 Location of Property:   .3 ISD    Nt 4JQ5L(J*= IfJ'J
 1. Do you want to renew the real estate list below in the AG District program?               /YES                NO
 2. Does any of the land lie within a municipal corporation limit?                            /YES                NO
 3. Is the parcel(s) shown below presenlly being taxed at their Current
    Agricultural Use Valuation (CAUV) under section 5713.31, O.R.C.?                           / YES       _NO          (C.A.llV~ (?J5D)
 4 . Is the parcel(s) shown below exclusively devoted to agricultural purposes?            ......L.VES            NO
 5. If the total acreage fanned in this unit Is less than 10 acres, show gross Income produced from
    agricultural purposes for the last three years:
       1.                                2.                                      3.


     TAXDIST         PARCEL NUMBER                                    ACRES
                                                                                       5-1-/ 5E          p.t   SC { 5-5 - ('     SW Pt" j   LJ
     C06             C06-Q34000                                          11.28
                                                                                        5 -7-) S P-f S"e ,,5-1. SI.JCD... SU~-5-7 ~I.J Co."
     C06             C06-034010                                         45.00
     C06             C06-034030                                         45.00 
         5~7-1 ~ Pt" Sc i- r.,, -5-/' w ~ f+ 5 W
     008             008-104384                                         83.18             /L      7 A'7 0 





                                        I    TOTAL ACRES        I      184.46

I declare that this report has been examined by me and to the best of my knowledge and belief is true and
correct. I authorize the County Auditor to i~pect the property described above to verify the accuracy of
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                                                    201 W MAIN 5T - TROY, OH 45373
                                                                              CITY OF TROY, OHIO


                                                       RESOLUTION No.                          R-1l-2012

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                                                           RESOLUTION ADJUSnNG FEES RELATED TO VARIOUS
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                                                           SERVICES OF THE CITY OF TROY, OHIO



                                                 WHEREAS, the Council recently reviewed fees related to various services provided

                                      by the City of Troy, Ohio, and

                                                 WHEREAS, Council concurs that certain fees need to be amended,

                                                 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio,

                                      asrollows:

                                                 SECTION I:        That the schedule of fees related to various services of the City of

                                      Troy. attached hereto as Exhibit A, is hereby adopted.

                                                     SEcnON II: That this Resolution shall be effective at the earliest date allowed by

                                      law.




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                                      Adopted:
                           !                                                                  President of Council

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                           I          Approved:

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                           I          Attest:
                                                           Clerk of Council                   Mayor
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                                                     ORDINANCE No.                        0-6-2012

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                                                 ORDINANCE IMPOSING AN ADDITIONAL MORATORIUM FOR A PERIOD OF
                                                 ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY DAYS ON THE GRANTING OF ANY PERMIT
                                                 ALLOWING THE OPERATION OF SWEEPSTAKESIINTERNET CAFES
                                                 WITHIN THE CITY OF TROY, OHIO AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY


                                    WHEREAS, the City of Troy, Ohio desires to coordinate regulations regarding the
                            location and operation of businesses within the City, including Sweepstakes/Internet Cafes; and

                                  WHEREAS, the City of Troy previously enacted a six month moratorium, as Ordinance
                            0-21-2011, in which said moratorium is set to expire on March 31 , 2012 and an extension of the
                            moratorium is necessary to await state regulations; and

                                   WHEREAS, for the purposes of this Ordinance, a "Sweepstakesllntemet Cafe" is defined
                            as any premises upon which any "Computerized Sweepstakes Device", as defined below, is
                            located for the use or entertainment of the public, whether or not such premises has other
                            business purposes of any nature whatsoever; and

                                   WHEREAS, for the purpose of this Ordinance, a "Computerized Sweepstakes Device" is
                            defined as any computer, machine, game or apparatus which , upon insertion of a coin , token,
                            access number, magnetic card, or similar object, or upon the payment of anything of value, and
                            which may be operated by the public generally for use as a contest of skill, entertainment or
                            amusement, whether or not registering a score, and which provides the user with a chance to
                            win anything of value that is not de minimus. Machines deSignated for use by the State lottery
                            Commission are not Computerized Sweepstakes Devices for purposes of the Ordinance; and

                                     WHEREAS, the State legislature and the Ohio Attorney General's Office are expected to
                             consider these establishments In the near future and make further regulations concerning their
                             future operations; and

                                    WHEREAS, the current City regulations do not adequately guide the permitting of the
                             operation of Sweepstakesllntemet Cafes; and

                                   WHEREAS, it is recommended that City Administrator reviews and makes
                             recommendations regarding the current regulations to conform to the City's goals of providing
                             adequate regulations; and

                                    WHEREAS, a moratorium on the granting of permits which allow for the operation of
                             Sweepstakes/Internet Cafes within the City of Troy will allow the City time to accomplish these
                             goals.

                                                 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio.

                                     SECTION I. The City Council recognizes the acute nature of the problem faced by the
                             City in the operation of Sweepstakes/Internet Cafes which may disrupt the orderiy growth and
                             development of the City, and seeks a moratorium on permits for the operation of
                             Sweepstakesllntemet Cafes to preserve the public peace, health, safety, and welfare of the
                             citizens of the City of Troy, Ohio.

                                     SECTION II, The City Council seeks to limit the duration of the moratorium and to
                             request the immediate investigation and raview of proposed comprehensive regulations for the
                             location and operation of Sweepstakes/Internet Cafes within the one-hundred and eighty day
                             period of the moratorium.

                                     SECTION III, The City Council hereby imposes a moratorium on permits for the
                             operation of Sweepstakes/Internet Cafes for a period of one hundred and eighty 180 days
                             effective April 1, 2012.

                                     SECTION IV. The City Council further finds that a moratorium for one hundred and
                             eighty is reasonable and will allow a study and proposal for comprehensive regulations.

                                      SECTION V. That this Ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure
                              necessary for the immediate preservation of the peace, health, safety and general welfare of the
                              people of this municipality, and shall take effect at the eariiest date provided by law. The reason
                              for said declaration of emergency is the need to institute the moratorium at the eariiest possible
                              date. This ordinance shall take effect immediately upon its passage.




                               Adopted:
                                                                                           President of Council


                                Approved:


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                                Attest:
                I,                                      Clerk of Council                          Mayor
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                                ITEMS OF INTEREST




 TO: 	    Mayor Beamish
          Mrs. Baker, President of Council
          Council Members                                                    ()

 FROM: 	 Patrick E. J. Titterington, Director of Public Service and Safety   {-r
 DATE: 	 March 2,2012


 We are providing the following for your information:

 • 	 The following bid openings have been scheduled:
       o 	 Ice Decking for the Hobart Arena is scheduled for March 15. Council
            authorized $65 ,000 for this item.
        o 	 Curbside Recycling is scheduled for March 22. We are bidding this
            program concurrent with the City of Piqua. Council authorized the
            rebidding for the curbside recycling last year. Council later authorized a
            one year extension to allow an analysis to be completed and reviewed
            related to working with neighboring communities and the Commissioners
            of Miami County towards the common goal of more cost effectively
            continuing to promote access to recycling for our residents.            The
            committee working on this concluded that there is a high level of recycling
            participation and at this time no changes were recommended to the
            recycling programs of the individual communities. Troy and Piqua are
            bidding this concurrently for possible cost savings if the contracts are
            awarded to the same contractor. However, each City would issue a
            separate contract.
       o 	 Concession Operation at Hobart Arena is scheduled for March 28. Council
            authorized the operation of the concession for a period of three years, at a
            minimum monthly rent of $825 plus $150 per professional sporting event.

 • 	 As a reminder, the 32 nd Annual Mayor's Prayer Breakfast will be held on March
     3, at 8:00 a.m. at the First Place Christian Center of the First United Methodist
     Church.

 • 	 Council recently authorized the refinancing of $7.3 million in general obligation
     bonds. As a result of the process in issuing the bonds, Moody's Investors
     Service has reaffirmed Troy's excellent Aal bond rating.
Items of Interest
March 2, 2012
Page Two

   • 	 Employee news:
         o 	 Street Division Automotive Mechanic Jeffrey Sweigart has announced his
             retirement effective April 30. Mr. Sweigart began his career with the City
             of Troy as an Automotive Serviceman in January of 1992 and was
             promoted to Mechanic in February of 1995.
         o 	 Mitchell Beckner was promoted to the position of Assistant Water Plant
             Superintendent effective March 4. Mr. Beckner will be introduced at the
             March 5 Council Meeting.
         o 	 Attached is a copy of the news release announcing the appointment of
             Catherine Armocida to the position of Fiscal Manager effective March 5,
             2012. Ms. Armocida brings a great deal of experience and expertise to the
             position, and she will be a great addition for the City of Troy. Ms.
             Armocida will be introduced at the March 5 Council Meeting.

   • 	 Other information provided by City departments is attached.

   Upcoming Events at Hobart Arena
     March 19,2012              Jordan World Circus
     April 11 - 14 & 18-21,2012 Winter Guard International Practice Site
     April 26,2012              Troy Chamber of Commerce Business Expo
     May 12,2012                All American Youth Activities Cheer Competition
     May 18 ­ 20,2012           911 Remembrance Day Commemoration Events
                                (May 20, 7:00 p.m. Air Force Band of Flight
                                Concert featuring America's Tenor Daniel
                                Rodriguez)
     May 22,2012                Troy High School Scholarship Assembly
     May 24,2012                Upper Valley Career Center Graduation
     May 25,2012                Miami East Graduation
     May 26,2012                Troy High School Graduation
     May 27,2012                Covington High School Graduation
     June 14,2012               Chris Tomlin - Concert

   Calendar of Meetings
     March 5,2012                7:00 p.m. Council                    City Hall
                                                                      Council Chambers
      March 6, 2012             11:00 a.m. Park Board                 City Hall
                                                                      Council Chambers
      March 14, 2012             3:30 p.m. Planning Commission        City Hall
      March 15, 2012             9:00 a.m. Rec Board                  Hobart Arena
      March 19,2012              7:00 p.m. Council                    City Hall
                                                                      Council Chambers

   If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact this office.

   Enclosure

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                                           NEWS RELEASE

                            CITY OF TROY APPOINTS FISCAL MANAGER

        The City of Troy is pleased to announce the appointment of Catherine Armocida to the
position of Fiscal Manager effective March 5, 2012.           This position became vacant with the
retirement of Michelle Jordan in late-2011 .
        As Fiscal Manager, Ms. Armocida will be responsible for the City's income tax and utility
billing and collection functions.    Ms. Armocida has 31 years of experience in the public sector.
For the past two years she has held the position of Income Tax Administrator for the City of
Trotwood.        Her prior experience includes:
            o 	 Seven years with City of Dayton as Tax Auditor, Customer Service Supervisor and

                 Treasurer-responsible for revenues, income tax and utility billing,
            o	    19 years as Director of Finance for Huber Heights including oversight of Tax and
                 Utility Billing Departments, and
            o 	 Three years of experience as Huber Heights City Manager.



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                                               Operations
                                               Items of Interest
                                               March 2,2012




Street - Including Solid Waste - Jerry Mullins, Foreman
   • 	 Collected and transported 226 tons of residential waste for disposal since the last
       report of 238 tons transported.
   • 	 Delivered recycling bins.
   • 	 Picked up brush and leaves.
   • 	 Assisted the sign shop in making and replacing signs for various parts of town and
       in stripping decals from police cruisers that will be declared as surplus.
   • 	 Cold mixed main breaks and potholes.
   • 	 Trimmed curb lawn trees.
   • 	 Picked up special trash.
   • 	 Built 40 barricades and repaired several broken ones.
   • 	 Assisted the Park Department with tree removals .
   • 	 Cleaned trucks and prepared them for snow removal.
   • 	 Crack-sealed patches and manholes.
   • 	 Cleaned and reorganized the maintenance facility.
   • 	 Prepared weed spraying equipment for spring.
   • 	 Started sweeping streets according to the schedule.

Electrical- Brian Ferree, Foreman
   • 	 Completed Ohio Utilities Protection Service tickets as needed.
   • 	 Removed the mini-lights from the downtown trees.
   • 	 Repaired the locks on several of the green kiosks.
   • 	 Discovered a faulty valve at the water plant and sent it to a vendor for repairs .
   • 	 Repaired several lights at the Maintenance Facility and at the Water Treatment Plant.
   • 	 Installed a 50 amp receptacle in the compressor room at Hobart Arena.
   • 	 The flags were displayed for Presidents' Day.
   • 	 The Christmas levee lights have been repaired and stored away for next season.
   • 	 Installed a new fluorescent light in the hallway at Lincoln Center.
   • 	 Repaired a circuit used to charge emergency vehicles at Fire Station # 1.

Scott Walter's quote: "Invest in yourself; it will pay you for the rest of your life."

Maintenance Shop - Jeff Sweigart
  • 	 Refuse packer (GA-3) was taken to vendor for repairs to the hydraulic valve .
  • 	 Performed daily police vehicle safety inspections.
  • 	 Evaluated an engine problem on Water Distribution high cube van (WD-7).
  • 	 Repaired and maintained city vehicles and equipment.
  • 	 Started working on the annual equipment inventory.

Water Distribution/Sewer Maintenance - Tom Parsons, Utilities Foreman
  • 	 Repaired a leaking tee on North Market Street at Staunton Road.
  • 	 Jetted and cleaned lines across the river.
  • 	 Marked numerous Ohio Utilities Protection Service tickets.
  • 	 Investigated numerous high consumption alerts.
  • 	 Completed non-pay shut-offs and reconnects.
   •	   Completed a number of work orders for Billing and Collection.
   •	   Rebuilt meters and spanners.
   •	   Worked on shut-down procedure for large diameter mains.
   •	   Investigated a sewer call on South Counts Street and found that it was not ours.
   •	   Identified locations for Inserta-valves.
   •	   Located the manholes behind the Junior High School.

Water Treatment Plant - Tim Ray
  • 	 Worked with the City of South Bend, Indiana, to acquire a decommissioned 4.2 MGD
      air stripping unit to be used in the West Wellfield for removal of detectable volatile
      organic compounds in one well.
  • 	 Coordinated with the Electrical Division for the replacement of 46 lighting fixtures in
      the chemical feed room with new fixtures to accommodate energy-saving T8
      fluorescent bulbs. This qualifies for a DP&L rebate of approximately $433, reducing
      the cost of the replacement by 36%.
  • 	 Vendor representatives will begin pumping lime sludge from the WTP East Lagoon on
      Monday, March 5, and transporting it to the City of Dayton Water Plant Lime Kiln
      facility. There it will be processed into recalcined lime and sold back to Troy at
      approximately 27% less cost/ton than our 2012 contracted price for mined lime.
      This will be a 3~-day trial with the City of Dayton. If Dayton determines the
      increased production of the kiln is successful using City of Troy lime sludge, this will
      result in cost reductions for the City of Troy in both sludge lagoon cleaning and
      purchasing lime for the softening process.
  • 	 Vendor technicians completed work on a new valve actuator assembly replacing a
      much older unit that had ceased to work. Doing this work on site rather than having
      to pull the valve and actuator for return to the manufacturer proved more expedient
      and cost effective.
  • 	 Contractor representatives will be on site over the next few weeks restoring, repairing,
      and reseeding the banks of the West Lime Lagoon. These were damaged by the
      contractor removing lime solids from that lagoon last year, and funds were withheld
      to finance the restoration work this spring.
  • 	 Staff is reviewing specifications on three separate auger-style pebble lime feeders.
      One will be selected within the next two weeks to replace a defective belt-style feeder
      (purchased in 1988) on the WTP Slaker #2.
  • 	 Staff continues to coordinate and communicate with US EPA's contractor, who is
      performing VOC (volatile organic compound) vapor extraction and VAS (vertical
      aquifer sampling) in the East Troy area.

Wastewater Treatment Plant - Tim Snider
  • 	 Contractor completed tile floor replacement in the upstairs offices of the 

      administration building. 

  • 	 Cleaned debris from pump at Heywood pump station.
  • 	 Work continues on the Capacity, Management, Operation, and Maintenance (C-MOM)
      program.
  • 	 Maintenance staff continued to rebuild U.V. modules in preparation of the upcoming
      disinfection season.
  • 	 Maintenance staff completed the required preventive maintenance work orders.
  • 	 Personnel recovery hoist was sent to manufacturer for annual certification.
  • 	 Work continues on design for the SCADA systems at Nottingham and Heywood lift
      stations.
                                             Items of Interest 

                           Engineering Department and Planning Department 


                                                  March 2,2012

          Project                                                            Status
                                               ACTIVE PROJECTS


       2012 Paving               Staff is working on putting together a plan for paving needs in 2012 and for the next 5 years.
                                 City staff continues to photograph the work on this project, which is on schedule. Now that
   Adams Street Bridge
                                 the beams are in place, the bridge is really taking shape.
                                 Staff has been working with MVRPC to develop a policy for Complete Streets. This would
                                 encourage access on new projects receiving federal funding to look at pedestrian, bicycle,
     Complete Streets
                                 and handicap access on all projects. Once adopted by MVRPC the City will be asked to
                                 adopt our own policy.
                                 Staff is reviewing alternate technologies to reduce the inflow and infiltration in the sanitary
Foss Way/Kirk Lane Relining 

                                 sewer lines in this area.
                                 Staff has recommended modifications to MVRPC's vision statement which was approved by
       Going Places 

                                 the Techncial Advisory Committee (TAC).
                                 Council has approved legislation to enter into a contract with Choice One Engineering for the
      N. Market Street 
         design of this project. Survey work is underway. Oesign work should be completed in early
                                 April.
                                 Staff is working with OOOT to review bridge reports. OOOT will assist in some of the
      OOOT Bridges 

                                 required information such as load rating where appropriate.
                                 Staff is working with OOOT for the paving along SR 55 on the west side of town as well as
       OOOT Paving 
             the traffic circle. Work is expected in SFY 2014 with the City's estimated share at
                                 $78,201.20.
                                 Staff performed a survey to compare our fee structure to other cities and provided a
         Park Fees 

                                 recom mendation.
                                 The contract with Arcadis has been executed. The kick off meeting was held and field work
     SCAOA at WWTP 

                                 is underway.



                                                                                                                          3/2/2012
                                                     Items of Interest 

                                 Engineering Department and Planning Department 


                                                          March 2, 2012

                Project                                                              Status
                                         Coate Construction has been awarded this project which includes fencing at Mayor's Park. 

                                         Fencing has been completed at the park. The contractor has moved equipment in to begin 

Sidewalk Along SR 41 near 1-75 Phase I 

                                         the storm sewer work. The contractor has also layed out the sidewalk adjacent to Mayor's 

                                         Park and will get this finished as soon as weather permits. 

         Sidewalk Program 6B 
           Work is now complete and final measurements are being prepared. 

                                         Property owners have obtained permits and Council has authorized bidding. Bids were 

         Sidewalk Program 7 
            opened and the contract was awarded to LJ DeWeese. They have started working on Ohio 

                                         Avenue and will continue working through the winter as weather permits. 

         Sidewalk Program 7B 
           Some work has been done and more work will continue as weather permits. 

Sidewalk, Sewer, and Sump Inspections    Inspections are continuing to be completed when requested. 

                                         Staff recommended revisions to legislation pertaining to internally illuminated signs in the
            Sign Legislation 
                                                                                                          I
                                         historic downtown district. This has been presented to Council.
        SR 55 at Archer/Dorset 
         The contract with TEC has been executed. Survey work is underway for this project.
                                                                                                                                        I
          SR 55 / Barnhart 
             Survey work has begun for the installation of a trafic signal at this intersection.
                                         Staff has selected EMH&T and a contract is before City Council for authorization. The
   SR41 Traffic Signal Interconnect 

                                         construction of this project is funded in part by a grant from MVRPC/ODOT.
                                         Staff continues to meet with representatives from the City of Piqua and the consultants to
           Water with Piqua 

                                         discuss options for providing water for Piqua.
                                         Staff has submitted all paperwork to close out this project and is still working with OWDA and,
          Westbrook Sewers 

                                         OEPA on the final close out.

                                                       OTHER PROJECTS

                                         Troy was again named as an Honorable Mention Community. While we were hoping for
      Bicycle Friendly Community
                                         better recognition, this is a great accomplishment.
                                         A consultant has been hired to design the restroom improvements and the handicap access
   Cemetery Building Improvements
                                         to the facility. Staff has a basic design for ADA access ~the mausilium.            3/2/20 2
                                                     Items of Interest 

                               Engineering Department and Planning Department 


                                                           March 2, 2012

               Project                                                                Status
General Specifications and Information   A draft of the revision has been submitted to the Service Director's Office. 

                                                                                                                                        I
        GPS Data Collection 
            This outdoor work continues as time and weather permit.                                        I



                                                                                                                                        I

                                                      SUBDIVISION STATUS

           Nottingham 6                  Water line is installed and getting ready for taps. Sewer line installation will begin next.
       Hawk's Nest Section 2             The plat has been approved. Construction has not yet begun. 

   Pleasantview Estates Section 4 
      This plat has been approved. Construction has not yet begun.
                                         City Council approved the Planned Development. Planning Commission has recommended
      Stonebridge Meadows PO             an amendment to the general plan portion of the PD. A Public Hearing has been scheduled
                                         for March.                             - -




                                                                                                                                 31212012
                                   MEMO 



To:          Patrick Titterington, Director of Public Service and Safety

From:        Tim Davis, Planning & Zoning Manager

Date:        February 29, 2012

Subject:     Planning Division Update


I have attached two reports which summarize concerns that are being
addressed by the Planning Division from February 16,2012 to February 29,
2012. The first report shows all permits that were issued by the Planning
Division. The report contains the address and type of permit and separates
the information by each ward. There were 12 permits issued during this
time period.

The second report contains the address, type of concern, and a summary of
the current status of on-going issues. Both open and closed concerns are
listed and are separated by each ward.

As in the past, all costs associated with the removal of trash and elimination
of noxious weeds will be passed on to the property owner. If the property
owner does not pay the bill, the cost will be assessed to the property taxes.
                                                CITY OF TROY
                                     PERMIT WORK TYPE STATISTICS REPORT   03/01/2012
                                          02/16/2012 TO 03/01/2012          08:19 AM

SUBTOTALS            PERMITS      FEES       EST. COST

F    FENCE                 4     50.00               0
OC   HEDICAL               1     50.00               0
OC   OFFICE                1     50.00               0
OC   RESTAURANT            1     50.00               0
S    BANNER                2     50.00               0
S    CANOPY/AWNING         1      0.00               0
S    WALL SIGN             1    108 . 50             0
Z    PATIO COVER           1    137.80               0

GRAND TOTAL               12   $496.30
                                                       CITY OF TROY - WARD ONE
                                                             PERMIT REPORT                                                   03/01/2012
                                                        02/16/2012 TO 03/01/2012                                               08:13 AM

2012005F    2/24/2012   492 MEADOVI LN                              REMUSAT, MICHAEL                       0
FENCE                     D08038180                                 492 MEADOW LN                      10.00
                          N/A                                                                    LV        0
                          FENCE - 2/24/12                           TROY, OH 45373­              NL        0
                          MEADOWLAWN 1                                       0/ 0.00/            BA        0




                                                       CITY OF TROY - WARD TWO
                                                             PERMIT REPORT                                                   03/01/2012
                                                        02/16/2012 TO 03/01/2012                                               08: 13 AM

2012023s    2/22/2012   1733 MAIN ST W                             HARSON INVESTMENT LTD                   o
BANNER                    N/A                                      2500 KETTERING TOWER                25.00
                          N/A                                                                    LV        0
                          GREAT CLIPS-BANNER-2/25-3/2/12 - 2/21/12 DAYTON, OH 45423­             NL        o
                          N/A                                               0/ 0.00/             BA        o
                                                  /


2012026S    2/24/2012   1893 MAIN ST W                              RAMCO GERSHENSON                       o KAP SIGNS
WALL SIGN                 N/A                                       31500 NORTHWESTERN HWY STE        108.50 1608 KUNTZ RD
                          N/A                                                                    LV        0 DAYTON, OH 45404­
                          SUPERPETZ - 2 WALL SIGNS - 2/23/12        FARMINGTON HILL, MI 48334­   NL        0 937-223-2155
                          N/A                                                0/ 0.00/            BA        0
                                                   /




                                                       CITY OF TROY - WARD THREE 

                                                             PERMIT REPORT 
                                                 03/01/2012
                                                        02/16/2012 TO 03/01/2012 
                                             08:13 AM

20120100C   2/21/2012   300 DORSET RD S                             LIETTE, CHAD                          0
MEDICAL                   N/A                                       300 DORSET RD S 
                 50.00
                          N/A 
                                                                  LV    2200
                          ACTIVE FOOT AND ANKLE (OCl 2/1/12         TROY, OH 45373­              NL       0
                                                                             0/ 0.00/            BA       0
                                                   /
2012004F     2/24/2012    420 LINCOLN AVE                               BINGAMON, PATRICK                      o
FENCE                       N/A                                         5959 CASSTOWN CLARK RD             20.00
                            N/A                                                                       LV       0
                            FENCE - 2/23/12                             CASSTOWN, OH 45312­           NL       0
                                                                                 0/ 0.00/             BA       0
                                                       /


20120110C    2/24/2012    4 	 MAIN ST W                                 BEHM, PARKER                           0
RESTAURANT                    N/A                                       628 CRAWFORD ST S                  50.00
                              N/A                                                                     LV    1000
                              UNREFINED rOC) 2/13/12                    TROY, OH 45373­               NL       0
                                                                                 0/ 0.00/             BA       0
                                                       /


20120090C    2/17/2012    1385 STONYCREEK RD                            GRIFFIN, MARSHALL & THERESA            0
OFFICE                      D08045325                                   63 CARROUSEL DR                    50.00
                            N/A                                                                       LV     500
                            SIRIO PANEL, INC.   (OC) 2/13/12            TROY, OH 45373­               NL       0
                                                                                 0/ 0.00/             BA       0




                                                           CITY OF TROY - WARD FOUR
                                                                 PERMIT REPORT                                                        03/01/2012
                                                            02/16/2012 TO 03/01/2012                                                    08: 13 AM

2012024S     2/22/2012    1285 DORSET RD S                           TOLSON ENTERPRISES INC                    o
BANNER                      N/A                                      6591 W CENTRAL AVE                    25.00
                            N/A                                                                       LV       o
                            GREAT CLIPS-BANNER-2/25-3/2/12 - 2/21/12 TOLEDO, OH 43617­                NL       o
                                                                              0/ 0.00/                BA       o
                                                    /


2012006F     2/29/2012    691 FLORAL AVE                                TROY CONCERN, INC.                     o
FENCE                       D08096980                                   20 WALNUT ST S                     10.00
                            N/A                                                                       LV       o
                            FENCE - 2/22/12                             TROY, OH 45373­               NL       o
                                                                                 0/ 0.00/             BA       o
                                                       /


2012025S      2/23/2012   9 	 MAIN ST E                                MEDALLION INVESTMENT GROUP              o   HAAS SIGNS
CANOPY/AWNING                 N/A                                      305 PUBLIC SQUARE SE                        3055 S CO RD 25A
                              N/A                                                                     LV       o   TROY, OH 45373­
                              SWEENEY TODD SALON-AWNING SIGN-2/15/12   TROY, OH 45373­                NL       o   937-552-7787
                                                                                0/ 0.00/              BA       o
                                                     /


2012003F      2/22/2012   2355 WORTHINGTON DR                        WILLIAMS, MATTHEW              o QUALITY LAWN, LANDSCAPE &
FENCE                       008102798                                2355 WORTHINGTON DR        10.00 1565 HUFFORD RD S
                            N/A                                                            LV       o CASSTOWN, OH 45312­
                            FENCE - 2/21/12                          TROY, OH 45373-       NL       o 937-339-0269
                            CONWOOD ESTATES                                   0/ 0.00/     BA       0
                                                     /


2012005Z      2/24/2012   2331 MARKET ST W                           DR. SURESH GUPTA                o
PATIO COVER                 N/A                                      2331 MARKET ST W           137.80
                            N/A                                                            LV        0
                            THE FILLING STATION - AWNING - 2/21/12   TROY, OH 45373-       NL     3780
                                                                              0/ 0.00 /    BA        o
                                                     /
                            CITY OF TROY - WARD ONE
                           VIOLATIONS BY REASON CODE                 03/01/2012
                           02/16/2012 TO 03/01/2012                 08:21:36 AM

20120169   2/23/2012                  1515 SARATOGA DR
TRASH & DEBRIS
N/A
2-23-12 sb Recliner and trash in front yard, mattress by the side
of apartment.  Certified, copy resident, follow up 3-2-12.

20120176    2/23/2012                  985 DELLWOOD DR
TRASH & DEBRIS
N/A
2-23-12 sb Huge clean out in front of house. Certificate, follow
up 2-29-12.

20120174   2/23/2012                   560 FERNWOOD DR
TRASH & DEBRIS
N/A
2-23-12 sb Trash by the garage. Certificate, follow up 2-29-12.

20120171   2/23/2012                   1349 MAPLECREST DR
TRASH & DEBRIS                      TRASH REMOVED
NORTHBROOK 3
2-23-12 sb Clean out. Certificate, follow up 2-29-12
2-24-12 sb Trash gone. Close.

20120170   2/23/2012                  1201 HILLTOP CIR
TRASH & DEBRIS
N/A
2-23-12 sb Trash and boxes by the side of bldg towards the rear.
Certified, follow up 3-2-12.

20120183   2/24/2012                  1123 SCENIC CT
JUNK VEHICLE
N/A
2-24-12 sb Boat on trailer on grass. Certified, follow up 3-5-12.

20120185   2/24/2012                   303 TROY ST
FENCE PROBLEMS
N/A
2-24-12 sb Gate along alley has broken boards. Sent certificate,
have repaired by 3-19-12.

20120184   2/24/2012                   739 MICHIGAN AVE
JUNK VEHICLE
ARCHER-BARNES
2-24-12 sb Once again, the blue car with no front end is back in
the driveway.  Certified, follow up 3-5-12.



                            CITY OF TROY - WARD TWO
                           VIOLATIONS BY REASON CODE                 03/01/2012
                           02/16/2012 TO 03/01/2012                            i
                                                                    08:21:36 Atv

20120193   2/27/2012                  1733 MAIN ST W
SIGN VIOLATIONS                     COMPLETED
N/A
Great clips got a banner permit for temp sign but put several out
along W. Main street. A few were held by people but there were 

some on the public row. Picked up the ones in row and notified 

the people holding signs that they should not put them along 

roadside. 


20120197   2/28/2012                       28 CEDAR ST N 

TRASH & DEBRIS 


Curbside special trash two weeks early.     Letter sent 02/29/12,    fol1owup 3/5/12. 


20120198   2/28/2012                      500 MADISON ST N 

TRASH & DEBRIS 

N/A 


20120199   2/28/2012                   121 MADISON ST N 

TRASH & DEBRIS 

N/A 

curbside special trash two weeks early. Letter sent 02/29/12,       fo11owup 3/5/12. 


20120191   2/27/2012                  1527 SUSSEX RD 

TRASH & DEBRIS 

N/A 

Broken furniture on curbside two weeke early. Letter sent 02/28/12,       followup 

3/5/12. 


20120186   2/24/2012                   316 WATER ST W 

JUNK VEHICLE                        VEHICLE MOVED 

Junk vehicle on a trailer in the backyard of residence.        Letter sent 2/24/12, 

followup 3/5/12. Owner called, vehicle removed. Close. 

---------------------~------------------------~---------------~----------------
20120156   2/17/2012                   915 FOUNTAIN ST
TRASH & DEBRIS                      TRASH REMOVED
N/A
A lot of junk between the garage and the fence plus extra trash
like building boards etc. Logs are arranged neatly under the
boards and possibly not trash per our classification.  Letter sent 2/21/12,        follow
2/27/12.  Junk removed, close.

20120190   2/27/2012                    604 MARKET ST N
JUNK VEHICLE
N/A
Car for sale parked on grass.  Contacted the owner and the vehicle will be removed
this evening.  Vehcile removed 2/28/12.

20120192   2/27/2012                   520 MARKET ST W
JUNK VEHICLE
Motor bike for sale parked in the middle of front yard. Contacted the owner and he
stated bike will be removed.  Bike removed 2/29/12.



                             CITY OF TROY - WARD THREE
                            VIOLATIONS BY REASON CODE                      03/01/2012
                            02/16/2012 TO 03/01/2012                      08:21:36 AM

20120166   2/22/2012                     1008 MAIN ST W
TRASH & DEBRI S                       NO VIOLATION
N/A
2-23-12 sb Rec'd complaint about brush in front yard.     Stopped
and spoke with Da v e Newnam, new owner.   He contacted Linda at
the city last week about getting picked up. Hadn't been picked
up on 2-22-12, he called Jerry Mullins and Jerry told him the
chipper was broken and that they would get the brush picked up
by 3-2-12 even if the chipper was still broken. If it's still
broken, they will pick up in the dump truck. Close.

20120173   2/23/2012                    309 CHERRY ST S
TRASH & DEBRIS

2-23-12 sb Pile of trash by alley. Certificate, copy resident.
Follow up 2-29-12.

20120167   2/23/2012                  1415 HENLEY RD
TRASH & DEBRIS                      NO VIOLATION
2-23-12 sb Rec'd complaint of furniture being piled around
Dumpster. Inspected. One recliner in Dumpster and no furniture
around Dumpster. No violation. Close.

20120172   2/23/2012                    344 GARFIELD AVE
TRASH & DEBRIS
N/A
2-23-12 sb Pink couch, plywood, storm door by the side of the
garage. Certificate, follow up 2-29-12.

20120175   2/23/2012                    235 WESTHAVEN DR
TRASH & DEBRIS

2-23-12 sb Big pile of trash in ROW. Certified, copy resident,
follow up 3-2-12.
-----------------------. ---------~----------------------------------~-----------
20120181   2/24/2012                   214 ELM ST S
TRASH & DEBRIS
N/A
2-24-12 sb Couch, pallet, broken storm door and trash on
property. Certificate, follow up 3-1-12.

20120182   2/24/2012                   807 MC KAIG AVE
TRASH & DEBRIS
N/A
2-24-12 sb Two large wooden crates and some plywood by side of
house. Certificate, follow up 3-1-12.



                            CITY OF TROY - WARD FOUR
                           VIOLATIONS BY REASON CODE                   03/01/2012
                           02/16/2012 TO 03/01/2012                   08:21:36 A1'1

20120162   2/22/2012                   102 WEST ST E
PROPERTY MAINTENANCE
N/A
Complaint via e-mail to Tim Davis about roof and other structural
repair. Inspection showed lower level roof in very poor
condition in addition to cracks in foundation line and water
leakage between the front window and front porch. Letter sent
02/22/12.
2/29/12 mail returned unclaimed. Send to 1480 N ST RT 48 both
green card and white card 3/1/12.  Reinspect 30 days after letter is received.

20120177   2/23/2012                    850 f1ARKET ST S
PARKING PROBLEMS
UHaul trucks parked in the parking lot of True Value facing S. Market St.  Spoke to
the manager of True Value and he stated the trucks belong to them and they have
expanded their business to include rental of these vehciles.

20120164   2/23/2012                   507 MULBERRY ST S
TRASH & DEBRIS
Sofa left on curbside by the vacany property with out of town
owner. This has happened before and is a repeat offence, the
vacant double is being used as a dump site.

20120178   2/24/2012                  1002 CRAWFORD ST S
HOME OCCUPATIONS                    COMPLETED
N/A
Received complaint regarding a scrapping business at the residence.  No evidence of
business exists, but sent an informational letter to the resident, explaining that
running that type of business from the home is not allowed by the Zoning Code.

20120179   2/24/2012                     o WEST ST E
SIGN VIOLATIONS
N/A
Obsolete sign remains from a former feed store. Called the number
on the sign but no response. Violation notice send along with
trash letter to csx transportation in Florida.

20120180   2/24/2012                     o WEST ST E
TRASH & DEBRIS
N/A
Complaint by Ted Mercer that people moved out of the structure
leaving pallets and other junk in the rear. Notice sent to CSX
Transportation in Florida.

20120189   2/27/2012                   111 CRAWFORD ST S
TRASH & DEBRIS

House damaged by fire has trash allover including sidewalk and
between houses. Owner's current address provided by Habitat for
Humanity as 127 1/2 Monroe St. Notice send both green and white
card 2/27/12. Call Habitat (Mark) if no response from owner by
3/5/12.
Mail returned as not deliverable as addressed. Gave to Mary for
ad in the newspaper 2/29/12.

20120194   2/27/2012                  1285 DORSET RD S
SIGN VIOLATIONS                     COMPLETED

Received permit for one banner but put out two signs and a few
smaller cardboard signs on Dorset. Spoke to store manager and
explained sign code asking her to remove the extra one. One of
the two large temp sign was already down with wind but still in
front of the store. The smaller signs were removed. She said she
will complain to the Director of Public Service and Safety.

20120195   2/27/2012                  1281 DORSET RD S
SIGN VIOLATIONS
N/A
Subway temp sign removal notice sent 2/28/12. Permit has expired. Followup 3/2/12.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Inspections                                                 41                       108
Misc. Structures                                                                                                                                                   a                    a                               a                 a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Re-I nspections                                             4                        18
Downed Wires                                                       1                1                                                                              3                    1                               a                 a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Fire Investigations                                                                  5
Motor Vehicles                                                                      1                                                                              1                    1                               a                 a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Fire Responses                                              5                        13
Rubbish-Grass                                                      1                1                                                                              4                    2                               1                 a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Ambulance Responses                                         6                        15
False Alarms                                                       6                                                                                           23                       2                               1                 a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Lectures & Demonstrations                                   74                       75
Chemical Spills                                                    1                                                                                               2                    1                           a                     a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Parking Tickets
Gas Leaks                                                          1                                                                                               2                    a                           a                     a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Orders Issued                                                                        a
CO Tests                                                           2                1                                                                              4                    1                           a                     a
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                      TROY FIRE DEPARTMENT                                     Type Call   !       Present Month       Year to Date
                         Monthly Report to Council                         Heart                             29              61
                                                                           Respiratory
                                   Ambulance                               Auto Accident
                                                                                                             40
                                                                                                             7
                                                                                                                             78
                                                                                                                             15
                                              2012 
                       Illness                           67              125
                                                                           Falls                             30              65
                                                                           Injury
                                  PLesent.MOIJ1tL
                                                                                                             8               25
        Locale                                      I     a
                                                        Ye_ r to Date      Bleeding                          5                7
 Troy                                   273                      543       Strokes                           8               11

 Concord                                 42                       75       Assault                           1                2
                                                                           Overdose                          4               15
 Staunton                                9                        25
                                                                           Maternity                         2                3
 Monroe                                                           1        Miscellaneous                     45              91
 Lost Creek                              2                        6        Unknown                           6               14

 Other                                                            1        No Removal                        68              129
                                                                           Poisoning                                          0
·Total -
----------    -   -           I         326                      651
                                                                           Mental                            3                7
                                                                           Att. Suicide                      3                3
 lj'ansported to              I   Present Month     ;
                                                        Yea" to Date
                                                           r               Total                            326              651
UPt:J.er Valley MC                      255                      517
Miami Valley                             1                        1        Shift                   Station        'Present   Year to
Dayton Heart                                                      0

Good Samaritan                           1                        1
                                                                                                                   Month      Date
Childrens Hosp.                          1                        3                   1                 1            56            108
Dettmer Hosptial                                                  a                   2                 1            50            100
Wilson Memorial                                                   a                   3                 1            48            94
Grandview Hosp.                                                   a
                                                                                      1                 2            25            53
Total                                   258                      522
                                                                                      2                 2            24            57
      Runs Within One Hour                          Year to Date                      3                 2            27            57
                        161                                319
                                                                                      1                 3            33            67
                                                                                      2                 3            29            52
             Sex                  Pr esent MpQtl)       Y~a r    to Date              3        -
                                                                                                        3            34            63    I
Males                                   104                      222
Females                                 158                      309
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                                         February                    ,                                April,                                                          7:15 AM   -10:00 AM FREESTYLE      7:15 AM -10:00AM FREESTYLE      7:00AM -7:50 AM MITE GD/BL
                               S .MJ W T                 F.J"                               L IYLJ._I>!..T. J'        ~                                               3:00 PM   - 3:45 PM FREESTYLE      1:00 PM - 2:30 PM GLORIA DEI    10:15 AM - 12:15 PM TSC
                                               1     2    J    4                            1    2    3   4   5   6    7                                              4:00 PM   _5:30 PM JR. CLUB        2:45 PM - 7:30 PM FREESTYLE &   2:00 PM - 4:00 PM PUBLIC SKATE
                               I~ I~     I;   I~ I~ :~        ::                            I~ I~ :~      :: :;   ;~ ;~                                               5:30 PM   -7:00 PM SKATE W/US         TSC                          8:00 PM -10:00 PM PUBLIC SKATE
                               19 20     21   22    23   24   2S                           22   23   24   25 26 27    28                                              7:10 PM   - 8:00 PM BANTAM GOLD    8:00 PM -10:00 PM PUBLIC
                               26   27   28   29                                           29 30                                                                      8:10 PM   - 9:00 PM BANTAM BLACK      SKATE



    4                                5                                     6                                          7                                               8                                   9                               10
 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM THOMPSON        7:15 AM        - 9:30 AM FREESTYLE    7:15 AM   - 10:00 AM FREESTYLE             7:15 AM - 10:00 AM FREESTYLE                     7:15 AM - 10:00 AM FREESTYLE       7:15 AM - 10:00 AM FREESTYLE    7:00 AM - 7:50 AM MITE GD/BL
 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM PUBLIC SKATE     9:30 AM        - 10:00 AM PRESCHOOL   3:00 PM   - 3:45 PM FREESTYLE              6:00 PM - 7:20 PM SO BUGD                        12:30 PM - 2:30 PM HOMESCHOL       1:00 PM - 2:30 PM HOMESCHOL     10:15 AM - 12:15 PM TSC
 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM IP GAMES         2:30 PM        - 5:30 PM FREESTYLE    4:00 PM   - 5:30 PM JR. CLUB               7:30 PM - 8:50 PM PW BUGD                        3:00 PM - 3:45 PM FREESTYLE        2:45 PM - 7:30 PM FREESTYLE &   2:00 PM - 4:00 PM PUBLIC SKATE
 8:00 PM - 10:30 PM CANES &         5:30 PM        - 6:30 PM SKATE W/US   5:45 PM   - 6:35 PM IP                     9:00 PM - 9:50 PM MIDGET                         4:00 PM - 5:30 PM JR. CLUB            TSC                          8:00 PM - 10:00 PM PUBLIC SKATE
    PUCK                            6:45 PM        -7:35 PM SO BUGD       6:45 PM   -7:35 PM MITE GB/BL              10:00 PM -11:00 PM YORK                          5:30 PM -7:00 PM SKATE WIUS        8:00 PM -10:00 PM PUBLIC
                                    7:45 PM        - 8:35 PM PW BUGD      7:45 PM   - 8:35 PM BANT GDIBL                                                              7:10 PM - 8:00 PM BANTAM GOLD         SKATE
                                    8:45 PM        - 9:45 PM MIDGETS      9:00 PM   - 10:30 PM HAGAN                                                                  8:10 PM - 9:00 PM BANTAM BLACK


    11                               12                                    13                                         14                                               15                                 16                             17
 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM THOMPSON        7:15 AM - 9:30 AM FREESTYLE           7:15 AM   -10:00 AM FREESTYLE              7:15 AM - 10:00 AM FREESTYLE                     7:15 AM -10:00 AM FREESTYLE        7:15AM -10:00 AM FREESTYLE      10:15 AM -12:15 PM TSC
 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM PUBLIC SKATE     9:30 AM - 10:00 AM PRESCHOOL          3:00 PM   - 3:45 PM FREESTYLE              5:45 PM - 6:45 PM INTRO TO                       3:00 PM - 3:45 PM FREESTYLE        2:30 PM - 7:30 PM FREESTYLE &
18:00 PM - 10:30 PM CANES &         12:00 PM - 2:00 PM HOMESCHOL          4:00 PM   - 5:30 PM JR. CLUB                  HOCKEY                                        4:00 PM - 5:30 PM JR. CLUB            TSC
    PUCK                            2:30 PM - 5:30 PM FREESTYLE           7:30 PM   - 9:00 PM HAGAN                  10:00 PM -11:00 PM YORK                          5:30 PM -7:00 PM SKATE WIUS
                                    5:30 PM - 6:30 PM SKATE W/uS                                                                                                      7:30 PM - 9:00 PM ANDY RAPP




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9:00AM -10:00AMTHOMPSON                 JORDAN                            7:00 AM FINISHTEARDOWN                     7:15AM -10:00AM FREESTYLE                        7:15AM -10:00AM FREESTYLE          7:15AM-10:00AM FREESTYLE        10:15AM -12:15 PMTSC
1:00 PM START SETTING UP                                                    FROM CIRCUS                              5:45 PM - 6:45 PM INTRO TO                       3:00 PM - 3:45 PM FREESTYLE        2:30 PM - 7:30 PM FREESTYLE &

I    FOR CIRCUS                      CIRCUS 6-30"_.
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                                                                          4:00PM-5:30PMJR.CLUB
                                                                          7:30 PM _9:00 PM HAGAN
                                                                                                                        HOCKEY.
                                                                                                                     10.00 PM - 11.00 PM YORK
                                                                                                                                                                      4:00PM-5:30 PMJR. CLUB
                                                                                                                                                                      5.30 PM - 7.00 PM SKATE WIUS
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1 25                                26                                    27                                          28                                              29                                  30                             31
  9:00 AM - 10:00AM THOMPSON        7:15AM     - 9:30 AM FREESTYLE        7:15AM    -10:00 AM FREESTYLE            7:15 AM -10:00 AM FREESTYLE                        7:15 AM -10:00 AM FREESTYLE        7:15 AM - 9:45 AM FREESTYLE     10:15 AM -12:15 PMTSC
  8:00 PM - 10:30 PM CANES &        9:30AM     -10:00 AM PRESCHOOL        3:00 PM   - 3:45 PM FREESTYLE            5:45 PM - 6:45 PM INTROTO                          3:00 PM - 3:45 PM FREESTYLE        10:00AM -12:00 PM TROY               ICE OFF" , " !
1    PUCK                           2:30 PM    - 5:30 PM FREESTYLE        4:00 PM   - 5:30 PM JR. CLUB                HOCKEY                                          4:00 PM - 5:30 PM JR. CLUB            CHRISTIAN                                              • - ••••




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                                    5:30 PM    -6:30 PM SKATE W/US        7:30 PM   -9:00 PM HAGAN                 10:00 PM -11:00 PM YORK                            5:30 PM -7:00 PM SKATEWIUS         12:30 PM -2:15 PM ANNA
                                                                                                                                                                                                         2:30 PM - 7:30 PM FREESTYLE &
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